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Far Cry 6 Review

Depending on your history with Far Cry, the newest iteration in the long-running series can prove to send you on a roller-coaster of mixed emotions. On the one hand, it’s Far Cry at it’s best and most explosive. On the […]

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WarioWare: Get It Together! Review

Aside from the many spin-offs and microgame compilations over the years, WarioWare hasn’t had a true instalment in the series in 14 years. That’s a long time for a franchise to be essentially dormant, at least when it comes to […]

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Psychonauts 2 Review

Psychonauts 2 is a game out of its time. That is a phrase usually reserved as a negative, but here it is nothing but a positive. Coming 16 years after the first entry, Tim Schaefer and the master developers at […]

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Twelve Minutes | Spoiler Free Review

Developer Luis Antonio’s Twelve Minutes is a hard game to review. It is a game built almost solely around narrative that, if I were to talk too much about it, would be treading into huge spoiler territory. Quite honestly this […]

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Unbound: Worlds Apart Review

The term “Metroidvania” is bandied around so much these days that some gamers may involuntarily eye-roll when they hear it. It’s not without precedent, as it seems the indie space is inundated daily with them, to the point where it’s […]

Lake
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LudoNarraCon | Lake First Look

This is part of a series of articles covering games featured at this year’s LudoNarraCon, a digital convention which aims to celebrate the very best that narrative focused video games have to offer. They were kind enough to invite us […]

Game of the Year 2020
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Blazing Sails | Early Access Review

Note: This review was written on the 6th December 2020 on version 1.1.6 of the game. All the information about the game at this stage was accurate to the best of the reviewer’s knowledge. You’d be forgiven for not being […]

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Swords ‘n Magic And Stuff | Early Access Review

Over the past several days, I’ve found myself engrossed in a fantastical world. A world that I’m also very much looking forward to staying engrossed in for quite some time. On September 8th, Kindred Games released Swords ‘n Magic and […]

Fall Guys
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Fall Guys | Review

Devolver Digital’s latest title, dubbed Fall Guys, is essentially what happens when you put Takeshi’s Castle into video game form. Each match sees 60 individual players compete in different mini games, with only so many qualification spots available for the […]

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KARDS: Theaters of War | Review

It’s been just over two months since the full release of 1939 Games’ immersive World War II CCG KARDS, arrived on Steam. In that time, the game has received a steady supply of content, including various events and deck highlights. […]

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KARDS – The WWII Card Game | Review

From developer 1939 Games comes a passionate endeavor to create an engaging and unique CCG (Collectible Card Game) experience. Let me be the first to tell you, it hits that mark. A history buff’s dream, KARDS sets a high bar […]

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Doom Eternal | Review

In 2016, id Software once again took the gaming world by storm with their fantastic reboot of the Doom franchise. Inspired by the retro-shooters of old it was a non-stop deluge of viscera and pure adrenaline. Placing as much emphasis […]

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Final Fantasy 7 Remake | Preview

It’s been almost 20 years since the first whisperings of a remake of beloved RPG landmark Final Fantasy 7 began floating around convention floors, gaming magazines, and internet forums. Well everybody, it’s almost time. As of the time of writing […]

Hidden Through Time
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Hidden Through Time | Review

A family friendly game for all ages, perfect for keeping children busy for several hours during a lockdown. The world is a stressful place, so for a game to come along with no violence and very easy controls it is […]

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Damsel: Nintendo Switch Edition | Review

I first played Damsel at PAX Australia back in 2018 and remember feeling hopeful that it would be playable on the Nintendo Switch. I, myself, don’t own a high powered gaming PC and wanted to give the game the love […]

World of Horror
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World of Horror | Review

From developer Panstasz comes a captivating love-letter to cosmic horror, and to the stories and storytellers that wove its rich tapestry. When I first sat down with World of Horror, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. From my pre-game […]

Blackwake
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Blackwake Review

After a few years in Early Access, the multiplayer pirate combat title Blackwake gets an official full release. Being a game made by a tiny dev team that relies heavily on word of mouth rather than a big marketing budget, […]

The Falconeer
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The Falconeer Preview: A Soaring One-Man Title

When I first caught a glimpse of The Falconeer at PAX East, I was certainly impressed by what I saw. This beautiful game puts you on the wings of a falcon that you control in flight, exploring and fighting your way […]